When the first season of Survivor debuted on May 31, 2000 about 15.5 million people tuned – it was an all-new kind of reality show and the audience was almost immediately hooked. Now the show is an indelible part of the culture, so, of course, it is a great addition to any party.
This game combines everything we love in a party game – silly physical stunts and the opportunity to be embarrassed in front of friends and family. Each player chooses two actions and hast to perform them at the same time. Then, the audience of friends, family, and anyone else who happens to be at the party, gets to vote on whether or not the player succeeded.
We’re not saying unsuccessful players should be voted out of the party, but that would certainly add a sense of urgency to the game play. For your next party, clear a room, print this game, and may the best guest win!
In 1950 the average working American made $4,000 a year, which probably was plenty, since gas was twenty cents a gallon and you could buy a brand new house for $9,550.
The fifties seem like a simpler time, when people knew their neighbours, kids wandered around town without cell phones or nannies in tow, and all we had to fear was the constant, unrelenting threat of the Cold War.
By 1955 about three quarters of American homes had a television, and families gathered together to watch shows like Gunsmoke and Lassie. Television news was a thirty-minute program once a day, around dinner time, and only the most important news made the air. It was the Golden Age of America; the economy was booming, families were growing, and it seemed like the air from sea to shining sea smelled of fresh-cut grass and TV dinners.
If you consider yourself a connoisseur of the Golden Age, check out this fun trivia game, and see if you can “remember when…”
Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia is the fear of the number 666.
Macrophobia is the fear of waiting.
Chaetophobia is the fear of hair.
Oneirophobia is the fear of dreams.
Xanthophobia is fear of the color yellow.
There are so many fears to choose from, and we have selected just 23. They are not the easiest ones, will you find which is which?
Here is a game on one of my favourite topic: music!
I don't know for you but I am really addicted to music. When I'm behind my computer, in my car or at the office, there is always some kind of music playing. Did I tell you I am also playing in a band ? Anyway :) Here is a trivia game on 1960's music !
Can you remember who wrote Hey Joe ? In what year were Elvis and Priscilla married ?
Full answer sheet provided !
My name is Chris; I am here with Deborah and we would like to talk to you about our printable party games.